Martyn David Winn
STFC, Daresbury Laboratory,
Phone: 01925 603455 (DL)
Phone: 01235 567865 (RcaH)
|Date of birth:||11th March 1966|
|Archbishop Holgate's Grammar School, York:||Sept. 1977 to June 1984|
|Christ's College, Cambridge:||(BA(Hons.) in Natural Sciences).||Oct. 1984 to June 1987|
|Balliol College, Oxford:||(D.Phil. in theoretical chemistry).||Sept. 1987 to Oct. 1990|
English Language (A), Maths (A), French (A), Chemistry (A), Physics (A), Biology (A), English Literature (B), Geography (A), History (A)
Maths (A1), Further Maths (A), Chemistry (A1), Physics (A), General Studies (A)
Cambridge Tripos (Natural Sciences):
|Part IA (Biology of Cells, Chemistry, Maths, Physics)||First||May 1985|
|Part IB (Advanced Chemistry, Maths)||First||May 1986|
|Part II (Chemistry)||First||May 1987|
``Theoretical studies of the electronic properties of spatially disordered systems'', University of Oxford, October 1990.
|BA(Cantab) in Natural Sciences (First Class Hons.):||26/06/87|
|D.Phil.(Oxon) in Theoretical Chemistry:||26/10/91|
Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge from Oct 1984 to June 1987. Elected to honorary Bachelor Scholarship in June 1987.
Awarded College Book prize three times and S.W. Greig Prize three times for performance in Cambridge Tripos.
Theoretical modelling of the Frenkel excitonic insulator phase in condensed matter systems.
Modelling of the Frenkel excitonic insulator phase. Modelling of the thermodynamics of liquid metals in the region of the liquid-gas transition.
Numerical scheme for self-consistently calculating the ionic and electronic structure of a liquid metal. Calculations of the optical absorption spectrum of liquids arising from Frenkel exciton states. Implementation of a Tight-Binding Molecular Dynamics and Energy Minimisation program, and application to hydrogenated diamond surfaces.
Computer simulations of hydrogenated diamond surfaces.
One of a small team who maintain, develop and administer the CCP4 program suite for Protein Crystallography, which is used by academic and industrial structural biology groups worldwide.
Over 50 refereed publications in journals and books (see attached list).
My career to date has centred around the development of mathematical models and their implementation in computer programs, in the context of problems in chemistry, physics and biology. In this connection, I have experience in: